About the event

A Jacobean revenge tragedy filled with violence, lust, and ambition. This black comedy of 1606 revolves around a young man's plot and execution of revenge on a depraved duke for his lurid offenses. But the story gets far more complicated as disguises and plots abound, drawing in the whole twisted ruling family - the scheming and back-stabbing brothers, the incestuous step-mother, and even the corpse of the young protagonist's dead love. It's a Quentin Tarantino meets Guy Richie style of Hamlet without the narcissism.


Reserved Seating. Doors open one half hour prior to the start of the event Accessibility information.


Performance will run approximately two hours


The content of this production is appropriate for all ages.


Public parking is available in the Lemon Street Parking Structure for a fee of $2.00 per day.

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